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This is a letter from Miss L.F. Hearn of the Departmental Record Office from the Public Record Office. At the time, I was researching a bibliography of Arnold Leese, arguably the most fanatical anti-Semite this country has ever produced; this was the official response. I think I paid a tenner for this! Originally a copy of this letter was uploaded; this was replaced with a scan of the original on July 31, 2013.